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Return to Wholeness seamlessly merges the deep intuition and practices of Eastern natural healing with the advanced technology of Western medicine. Guiding those with cancer - along with families and caregivers - toward a new environment where the physical and spiritual are one, Dr. David Simon provides unprecedented support and hope in our ultimately rewarding return to wholeness.
©1999 by David Simon; Published by Arrangement with John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; (P)2000 by Penton Overseas, Inc. Published by Penton Overseas, Inc. and Audio Scholar, Inc.

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"If you are facing cancer or any other serious illness, I encourage you to allow the wisdom contained within [this program] to nurture, guide, and support you." (Deepak Chopra)

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Not what I expected at all.

The title of the book is misleading. It seems like the book would be motivational and therapeutic. However, the author rants throughout the entire book about what Cancer is and how it works. Not necessarily bad if you don't know what it is, just disappointing for me.

Also, I personally think he could have talked about alternative treatments a bit more for people who absolutely do not want to go the chemo route. Is there any hope for someone who chooses alternative therapy? Would meditation play a factor in that as well? Or does meditation only go hand and hand with radiation and traditional methods?